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details about kennedy's proposal to carolyn. the constant strain on their marriage and why carolyn almost didn't get on the couple's ill-fated flight 12 years ago. >>> let's begin on a thursday morning with breaking news. the surprising new totals from the iowa caucuses. chuck todd is nbc's political director and the chief white house correspondent. he's in rock hills, south carolina this morning. two and a half weeks ago we thought mitt romney won by eight votes, now it appears that rick santorum won by 34 votes. will this impact the race? or should it impact the race at this stage? >> well, will it and should it? it is interesting. because when you look at how mitt romney has spun his first two victories. he talked about it was historic and the fact that no republican had ever won both iowa and new hampshire in the same year. and in fact, 72 hours ago we were talking about almost a coordination. he was going to go 3-0. well here he is now in a 48-hour period and a week ago for mitt romney thinking he was about to go do something that nobody had done before. and either side, win all thre
notice. >> john and carolyn were one of the most famous couples on the planet. >> in a new book, "fairy tale interrupted," john's assistant, rose marie terenzio, says there was more to this couple than their public persona. she writes, john was more than a mannequin of good looks and privilege. carolyn was not this uptight, cold and guarded person. >> sometimes he was incredibly sweet and genuine. she was a real person. very motherly with her friends. very caring. >> the author spoke to "people" magazine about the book, in which she reveals, despite being one of the most photographed couples in the world, even john and carolyn were surprised by the attention their 1996 wedding, a secret affair, generated. >> they called rosemary and said, did it make the papers? and she said, are you kidding me? it's everywhere. >> as with many couples, terenzio says things weren't always perfect. >> it was very difficult for carolyn to get used to being in the limelight. and i think she did need some empathy on his part. >> rose marie says by the summer of '99, the couple's relationship was strained. s
, we're bringing in carolyn mckinny, the chairman of republican caucus of new hampshire and is here to continue our discussion regarding the countdown to the new hampshire primary. welcome to the program. guest: thank you, it is great to be here. host: what is the republican liberty colchis? guest: we are a grass-roots organization and we are dedicated to promoting and advancing the traditional republican principles of limited government, personal responsibility, and free enterprise within the new hampshire republican party, the state legislature, and the general public here in new hampshire. we do that through a variety of activities including supporting candidates for elective office, legislative activism, media outreach, and public education efforts. host: the parent organization has endorsed ron paul. will the rlc of new hampshire make a separate endorsement? guest: actually, as a state organization, we focus specifically on the state of new hampshire. our endorsements are limited to state offices like governors and state senators and house representatives. it is just the republ
with closing bell. be right back. >>> time now for going global europe. >> hello i'm carolyn schull ber, stories we are watching in europe tomorrow. uk-based ship designer arm holdings posts fourth quarter results. we will find out how has the tech giant performed in an uncertain global economic environment? and set town veil 2011/2012 numbers for bskyb. how has it held up? bring you the analysis of the numbers. tune into cnbc world to camp all the action overseas. at cnbc european headquarters, i'm carolyn show ber, going global with your money. and so is having a trusted assistant. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle...and go. you can even take a full-size or above and still pay the mid-size price. here we are... [ male announcer ] and there you go, business pro. there you go. go national. go like a pro. all of a sudden, when you have been making them with somebody else for 35 years. i guess there is something in me that has always been strong. i've always gotten through some pretty rough stuff without falling to pieces. ♪ ♪ hyu
evening, i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. after weeks of warm weather, winter is reasserting itself. >> it is. there are freeze warnings in a storm system moving in this week. spencer christian is here. >> yes. winter weather arrived. let me show you the systems producing the flow of cold air coming our way now. this is coming down from the gulf of alaska. we're about to experience coldest weather of the season so far. you've just heard a freeze warning is in effect for a wide expanse tonight beginning at 11:00 tonight continuing until 8:00 in the morning. we'll see low temperatures overnight dropping into teens and low 20s at som
...for you to unwrap. ♪ ho, h ho. green giant >> good evening i'm dan. >> i'm carolyn. it is cold and getting colder tonight. >> sandy starts our weather coverage tonight. >> you know winter has arrived when the temperatures have already dropped below freezing in some areas. take a look at the numbers. santa rose at 30 degrees. it is a bone chilling cold 31 in livermore at this hour and san jose reporting temperature of 37 degrees. this is why we have freeze warnings in effect for most of the bay area until 8:00 a.m. tuesday. teens and 20's expected inland. freezing damage to sensitive mrnts not out of the question and of course watch out for patches of ice especially over the bridges and overpasses. hard freeze warning in effect for the straits and delta teens and 20's for 4 to 6 hours watch out for that. 21 by morning. fairfield 20 in napa down to 22 degrees in santa rosa. 23 in livermore. the winter chill is here and the storm are not far behind. i'll be back with a full look at when the wet weather alives from a few minutes. we'll see you then. >> mean time people a
evening, i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. there is a lot of excite nmt a community about what could be a huge economic boost. >> that is right. new jobs and tax revenue could be coming to a town that could use both. tonight there is word a major company could be building a facility in patterson. and we're live what w.what could be hunl news for people. >> many here were hoping to hear more about this project at a special meeting but i've just learned that this meeting has been postponed so lawyers can take a look at things. if and when this
a library. >> good evening, i'm carolyn johnson. >> an fran sheriff ross mirkarimi will not be allowed to go home to his family any time soon he made appearance on domestic violence charges and the judge extended that order that keeps him away from his wife and child. we are live in san francisco with what is an emotional appearance. >> this was a long day. ross mirkarimi sat from
, executive editor richard kim, democratic congresswoman, carolyn maloney, heather mcghee, director of the washington office, josh barro,. i want to talk about mitt romney's taxes for the second week in a row, from here until the election happens quite frankly. we can do four hours every weekend about mitt romney's taxes as far as i'm concerned. his taxes continued to be a significant obstacle and problem for him in terms of the campaign. in the last debate, romney was not only debating newt gingrich on the topic, he was parentally debating himself. first he said this about his investments. >> first of all, my investments are not made by me. my investments for the last ten years have been in a blind trust managed by a trustee. >> blind trusts are people, my friends. get that? he didn't make those investments. right? he did not make the investments. then he went on to say this. >> the speaker, you've indicated that somehow i don't eastern that money. i have earned the money i have. i didn't inherit it. i take risk. i make investments. those investments lead to jobs being created in a
. >> reporter: tils about the theme. it's the white house. we are thrilled to have carolyn kennedy as the hop rarey chair. her mother founded the historical association. >> reporter: what day is carolyn coming out, ms. kenny? >> she is not. it's in recognition of her mother's great work. she will not be coming. we are open every day starting at 11:00, today. it's $20, general admissions. we have lots of events between now and sunday for people to come and see and learn, fun things lectures, including a saturday lecture at 3:00 with roland mesny, the former white house pastry chef. he will be on stage with gail hattiesburg, the social secretary for president and mrs. reagan. >> what do people love most about this event? >> they love everything to see and do. last night was preview night. we are standing in the lone exhibit. then already events along with the 45 outstanding dealers from across the country and europe. so there's lots to see and do. >> speaking of this exhibit, i'm going to go chat with leslie crohn's, the curator of this exhibit. it's called treasures of the first family. >> tal
verrazzano and the co ceo carolyn. [applause] let's talk for a second about our military veterans. honoring and employing our military veterans is another key element of our missouri work strategy. in my last visit to afghanistan i was talking with a group of soldiers who were about to go out on patrol. as they were suiting up by asked one of the soldiers what he was most worried about. is answer really surprised me. he didn't say he was most worried about facing the enemy. he looked me straight in the eyes and said what i'm worried about is whether there is going to be a job for me when i get home. our job is to make sure the answer to that question is a resounding yes. [applause] every veteran who need the job should be able to get one. in 2009 we passed legislation to begin phasing out state taxes on military retirement income. that sends a strong signal that we want military veterans to moved to missouri to work in missouri and make missouri their home. in 2010 we launched show me heroes. missouri employers to put military veterans in the front of the line when hiring for new jobs. more
one of the world's largest humanitarian organizations based here in baltimore. carolyn woo will head the catholic relief. she previously served as the dean of the business school at the university of notre dame. >>> a bitterly cold afternoon, with temperatures hovering around freezing much of the day. live look outside. plenty of cloud cover outside right now. bob is here with the updated numbers from first warning weather. bob? >> coldest day since actually last february. which wasn't a particularly cold year this year. but this cold snap has a few clouds with it. this evening, maybe a few flurries around the region. doesn't look like a squall situation. won't be coming down quick and hard like it did yesterday. but a fewuary -- few areas will see a few changes this week. believe it or not, a warming trend is coming our way. it was 13 at the airport. last february 9th, it was 13 as well. 6 this morning as well. 15, oakland city. 17 in washington. right now, it's warmed up to 31. never even got to freezing today. good news is, i guess -- good news or bad news, depending on your persp
you tomorrow on "good morning america." >> carolyn: in the news, several late night fires, find out who investigators think is behind the string of arsons. six members of occupy oakland are arrested during a march last night in downtown area. join us
was published "disrupting the balance of power." carolyn barta is the author. she is joining us from her home in texas. you knew ross perot as a journalist before many people met hi. can you tell us about his roots in texarkana and what shaped the man we knew of a national stage? >> perot was from texarkana. he had an average texas childhood. as a boy he broke horses and traded horses. he was an eagle scout. even in later tonight i think he kept all of the traits of the eagle scout. he would set of objectives and goals and try to pursue those goals. he was very much in the texas tradition of the day. as he grew and went to the naval academy and started his own businesses, he was representing the can-do spirit of texas. his vision was a big, the state was big, there were powerless opportunities. the sky was the limit. he really sort of played into what was the texas mythology with texas politicians who were larger than life, very successful businessman who made a fortune here. they were risk takers, they were not afraid to fail. that was the sort of spirit he had at that i think got him into t
ahead, cool and dry all weekend. >> carolyn: thank you for joining us back. see you at 9:00.
to defeat barack obama, you are only going to defeat him with a conservative and that requires south carolyn generals to come together. >> a lot can change in ten days. but gingrich is shown with only half of the support that romney has and compared to last month, romney has almost doubled his support and gingrich has lost have of his. this morning on cnn, sticking it to president obama. >> i have a long way to go before i get the nomination. if i'm lucky enough to get it. but i really think we're best off focussing on the failure of the president and people want to hear and understand how we're going to lead the country and that's what i'm going to be talking about. >> right now we're going to talk about what mitt romney last night was pretty dominant. he dominated every subgroup that was out there. >> it was a very impressive win. 40%. that's pretty good. yes, he's from neighboring massachusetts and democrats are saying -- spinning it, saying that he should have done much better. look, he did a lot better than ron paul and huntsman. the two guys that he fears the most, santorum and gingric
the bronze and who has opportunities in radio. carolyn mingo jones, mary ann's dragons --spraggins we had a sister once, ilan appears on the securities and exchange commission. gloria stewart was the sister, first black woman to make a living as a speaker. par la harris, phenomenal young woman who was a financial genius and has a fabulous voice. the first black woman who passed the new york stock exchange -- here is the point. we can do it. the book was written as a love note to my people because i love us. i think we are so phenomenal. just about being a person of african descent. i worry. if the lord made me something else it wouldn't have turned out right. i think we can do whatever we do. i look at my friends here, reggie and patrick and so many others who step out on a limb because they love us. if you love us you will help us be who we need to be. >> there are people in the audience who would like to ask questions. we have a microphone set up on my left side, your right side of the auditorium. if you would like to step up please join us in this conversation. we want to hear as many
, union leader joseph cm quaid talks about the primary and newt gingrich. carol enda kenny -- carolyn mckinney talks about her endorsement of a ron paul. and the impact of super pacs. "washington journal" is at 7:00 a.m. on c-span. >> everybody leans on the military to neck down. they leave out lawmakers. go ahead and lose hundreds of jobs. that is how that false. that is where it stops. >> ward caroll will discuss how tax dollars are spent on defense department at 8:00 eastern and specific on q&a. -- pacific on q&a. >> now the lesser-known candidates in manchester. they spoke about the economy, government relations, energy, and foreign policy. in new hampshire will hold the first primaries next tuesday. this is an hour and 50 minutes. >> good evening, everyone. good evening, everyone. i am the executive director here. i want to welcome you all to the forum. we do many events here. it is the home for politics. i invite you to the web site, and to get our news letter and find out what is happening. this evening, i want to mention a few things. thank you to c-span for being here this ev
the president's address. and now from california to new york city, and the upper east side of that city, carolyn maloney, longtime representative from the upper east side of new york city. and congresswoman, how did the president to deny? >> i thought he was magnificent. he had a unifying theme calling upon republicans and democrats to work together, to build a blueprint for a better economy for america. a big theme unfairness, and on hard work being rewarded, responsibility being rewarded, and fairness and everyone playing by the same sets of rules. he hit everything, a whole host of areas, but he called upon all of us to work together. and the fact that when we do, nothing is impossible, that we can actually achieve all of these goals. >> congresswoman, he did, a lot of your extensions are in the financial services of course. he called for some new regulations, new tweets to have financial services are administered. and also new financial services investigative unit as a member of the financial services committee, what do you think? >> we need to see the specifics. he also called that the regu
maimed carolyn and edith saved the day. >> i added them a couple of times. oh, man. >> they explained a glitch that cleared up the mystery of some missing returns that put mitt romney over the top. >> if that's are the final numbers -- >> numbers don't match. >> well -- i will explain. >> by 3:30 in the morning, caucus coverage was temporarily renamed "cnn after dark." news music was replaced by barry white. anderson was not loving this gizmo. >> again, with the social media screen. my lord, this is the third hit. i still don't understand what the hell this shows. >> anderson had his weebles. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> that was some of my favorite stuff. except when anderson started like singing porn music. i guess jeanne moos left that one out. >> i was coming in from my apartment by the time i get in here everybody will be heading out. there was laughter coming from the control
's address. now from california to new york city in the upper east side of that city, carolyn maloney, a longtime representative from the upper east side of new york city and the story of queens. congresswoman, how did the president do tonight? >> i thought he was magnificent. he had a unifying theme calling upon republicans and democrats to work together to build a blueprint for a better economy for america to be a big thing on fairness on hard work being rewarded, responsibility being rewarded and fairness and everyone playing by the same set of rules. he hit everything. a whole host of areas but he called upon all of us to work together and the fact that when we do, nothing is impossible, we can actually achieve all of these goals. >> congresswoman from a lot of your constituents are in the financial services of course. he called for some new regulations, some tweaks to how the financial services are administered and also new financial-services investigative unit as a member of the financial services committee what do you think? >> we need to see the specifics. he als
of california. here in statuary hall. and now to new york city. the upper east side of that city, carolyn maloney. longtime resident. how did the president do? >> i thought he was magnificent. he had a unifying theme, cholera among republicans and democrats to work together, to build a blueprint for a better economy for america. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> mitt romney release some of his tax records today. we will speak with martin sullivan of tax.com about the former governor doesn't tax records. then a conversation with allen west about the presidential race and the state of the union speech. and mark pryor also joins us. we will get his take on the speech. washington journal, each morning at 7:00 a.m. eastern, here on c- span. the house will be in session at 9:00 a.m. eastern. gabrielle giffords will officially hand in her resignation to the house leadership. the arizona democrat was shot a year ago while meeting with constituents. a number of members will come to the floor to talk about their calli
out. you can see right there. is that carolyn malony from new york? no. ok. that's from texas. i can't remember her name right now. >> lot of emotion. give the microphone if you watched on fox newschannel as opposed to national fox. >> t >> in attendance up in the box is mrs. steve jobs. eventually as the president made his way down, he would embrace gabby giffords. she was there. every time she would stand up, keep in mind she's a democrat, every time she would stand up, jeff flake who is a republican also from her state of arizona stood up as well and he was asked afterwards why were you standing up and supporting the democrats' points of view. he goes i was just standing up to help my friend gabby which is terrific. hats off to him today. >> to your headlines, that very same story, the very same woman, gabrielle giffords' final day in office and last night, she got an extremely warm sendoff. >> president obama gave the congresswoman a long hug before delivering his state of the union message. she's resigning to focus on her recovery following last january's shooting rampage in
areas we can work together. >> are you friends personally? >> yes i am furious and carolyn maloney, democrat of new york talking to us about the end -- this the that the union the president just gave to the estimate by the that the 26 of us gave our tickets to veterans and i gave one to a returning veteran from afghanistan who spent 16 months there, a west point graduate, so the emphasis on the fact that our men and women are coming back from iraq and they are such an important part of the strength of the country is a good thing. >> representative maloney, and now another member of the new york delegation is joining us and this is representative dr. he worked if i correct your and my doctor, connect? >> i'm an ophthalmologist, and on a surgeon, yes. >> freshman? first seed of the union a second? >> second. >> and? >> the president certainly has some inspiring thoughts for us and the key thing is the mechanisms by which we reached the dreams we all share. for example, we all want to see our industries revised from a manufacturing, or businesses, the mechanism that the president has
this will be my first election. host: thank you for calling us today. new hampshire, carolyn is calling us. did you see the event or did you watch it on tv? caller: i was watching it on channel 16, but then i drove up town to see what the parking situation was and then we decided to come back home. host: well, there was quite a crowd here so you probably had the warmer of the two choices. did you come out because you support him or have you made up your mind? caller: i have made up my mind, and it is jon huntsman. i met rick santorum last night. he is personal and pleasant. he is too far right on social issues for me. one of the other concerns i have, one of the reasons i like huntsman and romney too is there executive experience. i feel santorum does not have that kind of management experience that i feel is very important. huntsman also has great international experience. i just wanted to call in and let you know how i was -- host: tell us how your candidate is doing with voters here in new hampshire. do you think he is connecting? caller: people i talked to when i say i am supporting huntsma
with carolyn goodman, the mayor of las vegas. this lady is a rock star. she got elected last july. she and her husband switched states. she has charisma. she started a private school before she ended up becoming mayor. her school was one of the only schools in las vegas to went -- that went on to have a 100% graduation rate with kids going to college. one of the things that mayors can do is a line there city services. number one it is alignment. all of us as mayors have to align our city services with the school districts. it does not cost money. it is about efficiency and building partnerships. all of us can do this. tell us the programs you have initiated in terms of student outcome and alignment. >> i am delighted to be here and part of this group. this is an excellent pamphlet that has been given to all of you. 12 years of being here and accompanying my husband, every day of his life he would assure his population he was the happiest mayor in the universe. everybody thought it was because he was lucky to be a mayor. the reason was true because every morning i would get out of bed before hi
this photo. should we maybe check our spelling, at least? we have a photo from carolyn scruggs of atlanta, georgia. which one of these would you choose? >> wow. >> it's a real law firm. >> slappey & sad. >> real law firm in georgia. seriously, if you looked at that, would you -- >> we have a camera man named slappy. >> yes, we do. >> hey! >> i think i'd go for sad at that point. >> slappy, lean in. slappy. okay. thank you. >> everybody needs a slappy or two. >> depends on the day. laura from brooklyn, new york, sent us this photo. i could probably recommend a few people that need this. seriously. hello. >> that, i love. >> denise from lakewood, ohio, submitted this photo. come on. he's just doing his job. i think he got the last word there. >> i bet you he did. >> that's kind of rough. >> that's how you quit. >> how is that working out for you? >> don't forget, send your photos into "what the what?" we want to see them. >>> our "who knew?" trivia game helps you sharpen the mind and cut the calories. >> and how to lose 14 pounds without even exercising. >> is that true? >> that's what they
newspaper's endorsement of new gingrich. then, carolyn mckinney discusses where newspapers endorsement. then, a discussion on the impact of the 2012 campaign. watch "washington journal" at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. now, ron paul posts 8 am meeting in new hampshire. -- hosts a town hall meeting in new hampshire. [applause] [applause] >> thank you. thank you very much. >> thank you for coming out tonight. rather than be doing the introductions, i want to introduce kelly. [applause] >> i am very excited tonight to introduce dr. paul. he is just wonderful. i am an independent, not a republican, not a democrats. dr. paul is somebody that is just completely different and everything that is out there. it is not status quo. i am really hoping tonight that some undecideds will get a chance to ask him some questions and understand and you will be able to see the differences between his ideas and the rest of it. i will let him get right on it. jim is going to ask him some questions and then we'll open it up to the audience. [applause] >> i will ask a few questions. my first question, dr. paul, you s
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